Three Companies Win Spots on $200M Contract for Air Force B-21 Beddown Construction Services

The U.S. Army of Engineers has awarded three companies positions on a potential seven-year, $200 million contract to help the U.S. Air Force Civil Engineering Centers plan and build facilities necessary to accommodate USAF’s B-21 Raider bomber aircraft.

Jacobs (NYSE: J), the FSB-Pond joint venture and Burns & McDonnell will compete for planning, design and construction orders under the firm-fixed-price contract, the Department of Defense said Friday.

USACE received 10 bids for the AFCEC B-21 beddown mission through an online solicitation process and expects work to conclude by March 18, 2028.

The two service branches briefed industry about new bomber complex construction opportunities at a Jan. 11 virtual event hosted by the Rapid City Military Advisory Coalition.

Ellsworth AF Base in South Dakota was chosen to house the first operational B-21 plane and formal training unit.

Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) won the Long Range Strike Bomber contract in October 2015.

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